Discussion in 'PC Games' started by walker_2003, Mar 8, 2018.
Can't contain jap apparently
Uh, thanks for the suggestions..
It can't start with "jap" as it turns out. I hate having aliases that arent quite right.
Just let me know when you've chosen bud.
This game needs suppression effects. Like proper ones.
Na so annoying in bf1. Can't return fire on a sniper if hits within 10m of you.
Let me be more specific. Machine gun suppression over recon suppression.
If you’re into the historical background of BF5.... https://archive.org/details/DivideAndConquer
Authentic footage and news reel from WW2 showing the significance of, amongst others, Rotterdam, Fjell ect.
I love how they persist with Tides of War despite objective tracking being horrendously broken, and this time they force you into Grand Operations because nobody plays the mode.
so hackers are a thing already?
Off to a bad start already... surprised he/she didn't get bored after being 40-0.
Yapes, like the swedish spelling??
It shouldn't ever surprise anyone that people are sociopathic enough to cheat in video games, especially in "Triple A" titles. They would have existed before the game released.
Well I picked this up on sale and had my first go today.. Must say I actually don't mind it so far.. Hated BF1 and thought this was just a reskin.. But yeah not bad, gfx as always are pretty damn amazing and run nice and fast too. Got a few mates playing it so thought what the hell, we can warframe anytime haha
Def no reskin. But def better then bf1. Though I do like some of the maps on bf1.
And the_pessimist it's likely undetected bf1 cheats worked on bfv on launch. Same engine makes it easier.
The cheating Doesn't suprise me, its just the ease in which they're able to do it.
It just had to be like the first game i loaded up and played.
Like how hard would it be to detect this and ban them?
yeahs that's probably it unfortunately.
Yeh what worries me more is how slow they are (if at all) to ban people. Surely he has been reported tons of times.
After all of my suggestions, he goes with a subtle twist on his classic name instead.